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CSPAN
Sep 9, 2012 11:00pm EDT
up. the other candidate -- vincent gray, was sitting with a look on his face. through the democratic campaign -- after the campaign, when gray defeated fenty, it turns out sulaimon brown was given a job in the new gray administration, but was fired for a number of reasons. brown and then complained and said that he had been given money to stay in the campaign, the primary campaign, to harass adrian fenty and was paid by the gray campaign to be there. that set off an investigation. since that time, this has spread like a cancer. now, the question is, who are the other people who are going to fall in this campaign? up to this point, you had not directly related to sulaimon brown, but one council member resigned, was found guilty and is serving time in the penitentiary in alabama. another council member -- council chairman resigned and confessed to a felony. we have had to tap campaign aides for the mayor exit, all pleading guilty to felonies in a better record connected to the campaign. still there are unknowns -- who gave the money to sulaimon brown to stay in the campaign? the person
CSPAN
Sep 10, 2012 6:00am EDT
large sum of money to a top aide of vincent gray to run a shadow campaign, off the books, not reported to the office of campaign finance. that person is referred to as another confidential source, no name, but they know who it is. on top of that, there is a person who conceived of the whole idea of running the shadow campaign, and that individual has not been identified. all of these people have been identified in prosecutorial documents as individuals involved. this does not get to the other spreading cancer of d.c., related to the d.c. lottery. there was a big dispute about awarding the very lucrative contract. there was a dispute -- the person who won the contract was rejected by the council. another person came along and got the contract. there have been protests about it, and also complaints in court that the individual officer who made the award was fired because he resisted pressure to change his decision, political pressure to change his decision. he was fired. meanwhile, there is an investigation taking place to find out more about the award of these contracts, what money is i
Univision
Sep 19, 2012 11:00pm EDT
alcalde vincent gray la firme... algunos residentes han perdido sus licencias por execeso de velocidad emitidas en otros estados especialmente en virginia.... entrada la tarde fue reabierta al trafico una de las principales carreteras del condado de arlington la cual fue cerrada esta madrugada debido a la rotura de una tuberia. lilian mas con los detalles. calles cerradas y negocios desolados fue el resultado de la ruptura de una tuberÍa de agua potable en una de las principales avenidas en arlington virginia .. alrededor de las 4 de la maÑana residentes de estos apartamentos fueron testigos de cÓmo miles de galones de agua se derramaban despuÉs de que una tuberÍa de 8 pulgadas se rompiera en la columbia pike , forzando a las autoridades a cerrar el paso .. "tuvimos que romper el asfalto y desviar el trafico para unos lados acÁ" una pieza relativamente pequeÑa similar a esta, pero que causo perdidas grandes para los negocios aledaÑos y malestar aquellos que transitan por el Área " se ve que estaba un poquito daÑada ya tiene quizÁs como unos 30 aÑos .. porque se ve ahÍ y es
FOX
Sep 2, 2012 11:00pm EDT
do. >> reporter: mayor vincent gray set up a task force to try to figure out the reasons for all this flooding in the bloomingdale area. they are supposed to report back to the mayor by december, but residents like derek jones are wishing they would hurry and come up with some resolutions because they say they are tired of living like this. i understand. >> i know it. karen gray houston, thank you for the update. >>> they are putting the finishing touches on the plans for the democratic national convention in charlotte tonight. in a few days president obama will formally accept his party's nomination for a second term. the president is hitting the campaign trail ahead of the convention. during a series of stops he is calling the road to charlotte he gave some hints as to what will be included in his speech on the final night. >> thursday night i'm going to offer you what i believe is a better path forward, a path that will grow this economy and create more jobs and strengthen the middle class. >> the first two days of the convention will take place at the time warner cable arena.
FOX
Sep 28, 2012 4:25am EDT
council members investigating the 2010 campaign of vincent gray. he also accused prosecutors of dragging out their investigations without getting indictments. three former aides have already pled guilty as a result of a probe into the campaign. >>> authorities looking to find a suspect associated with a murder case. officers believe 42-year-old anthony kaglianetti of woodbridge killed a man in new york last week. police say the two knew each other but would not release a possible motive for the attack. taglianetti isonsidered armed and dangerous. >>> a man faces jail after he admits he tried to extort money from robert griffin iii. he contacted rg3's agents earlier this year and said he had information that would damage his reputation and wanted $1 million in exchange for his silence. police arrested hurd. he pled guilty to extortion charges and will be arrested in november. >>> starting today, d.c. police will relaunch their breath alcohol test after a two-year hiatus. trained officers will use calibrated meters to test drivers' blood alcohol content. d.c. police stopped that p
ABC
Sep 4, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. >> weeks ago, mayor vincent gray used a conference to show how they provide gps and even television from a company to be installed in 6500 d.c. taxicabs. the problem, two verifone competitors filed a protest, and on friday, a board chairman declared "we overruled the procurement office determination to proceed before the protest is decided on its merits." >> it simply makes sense. if you installed thousands of meters before a protest is decided, if a decision has to be corrected, it is pretty hard to undo what has already been done. >> they wanted to have the taxicabs outfitted by election day, and now that seems unlikely. >> it takes time to modernize the taxi service and improve the safety and putting on a good face for the district of columbia. >> from drivers still some complaints about moving to get a credit card. he showed a receipt for a credit card charge that was declined at the end of eight large trip. >> i've lost 100 dollars. >> a lot of other major cities and virginia virginia taxicab's have those. >> the chairman says he is confident that ultimately the city will win a
ABC
Sep 4, 2012 12:00pm EDT
. supporters of the district to own autonomy. a rally will be this afternoon with mayor vincent gray and a delegate eleanor holmes norton. abc 7 has you covered from all angles from the dnc. watch for live reports from peterson and scott 5:00. starting tonight at >> in battleground virginia, the in a specialn a vacant seatll in the house of delegates. in parts of alexandria, arlington, and fairfax counties succeed to englin, resigned after an extramarital affair. republican, and vying forarian are that seat. open until 7:00 p.m. >> the future is unclear for man center of the campaign surrounding vincent gray in. agreed not to set a date for thomas gore, treasurer pleaded to funneling cash to sulaiman brown. two other campaign aides of also pleaded guilty. prosecutors want the sentencing ended because their investigation is ongoing. >> coming up on abc 7 news, a co-host is named. .> live with michael and kelly >> what michael strahan now four years after predicting his own future. for many the recovery from still underaac is way. why the space shuttle is blamed for a decision to cut down
FOX
Sep 13, 2012 11:00pm EDT
to that on ourself www.myfoxdc.com be with. >>> d.c. mayor vincent gray -- our website www.myfoxdc.com. >>> d.c. mayor vincent gray addressing the transgender community. >> it is a step in the right direction saying we are going to step out. we are going to be in the forefront and send the message that people who are transgender have as much a place in the district of columbia as nibbles. >> gray says all -- as nibbles. >> gray says all too -- as anybody else. >>> tonight a libbian interior -- libyan interior minister says it was a manned operation that may have been timed -- planned operation that may have been timed to mark the anniversary. >> reporter: violence raining in the middle east as president obama vows to find those responsible for killing the u.s. ambassador to libya and three others. >> we are going to bring those who killed our fellow americans to justice. [ cheering and applause ] i want people around the world to hear me to all those who would do us harm, no act of terror will go unpunished. >> reporter: embassies in egypt and yemen scorned burning flag
FOX
Sep 4, 2012 4:25am EDT
campaign aide to d.c. mayor vincent gray is due back into court for a status hearing in his criminal case. thomas gore faces between 12 and 1 months in prison. a sentencing date could be set in today's hearing. >>> some voter in northern virginia will head to the polls today for a special election to replace delegate david england. he resigned earlier this summer after admitting to having an affair. polls in the district are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. >>> democrats are in charlotte, north carolina preparing to kick off the democratic national convention t gets under way today. tom fitzgerald has a preview for us. >> reporter: first lady michelle obama got a first look at the convention podium she will be speaking from tuesday. president obama stayed on the campaign trail. >> of a he got one piece of advice for you about the romney- ryan game plan, ohio. punt it away. it won't work. >> reporter: at a labor union rally in toledo with auto and steel workers, the president said a mitt romney presidency would hurt the middle class. >> you could choose to give massive new tax cuts to
CBS
Sep 4, 2012 5:00pm EDT
sulaimon brown, still asking a lot of questionabout the shadow campaign that helped get vincent gray elected mayor. secly, what role did vincent gray have in all of this? >> staffers have now pleaded guilty to felonies. at least two prom that night attorneys who talked with us today say more charges are certain to follow. >> i wouldn't get away with the lack of activity. if anything, quite frankly, that may mean a storm is brewing. >> in your mind, is there any doubt the prosecutors are looking at the mayor? >> i think so, until we hear otherwise. >> our second criminal attorney who talked on backgrounds says that d.c. mayor gray helped launch a $653,000 shadow campaign with businessman, jeffrey thompson, providing the funding. the attorney says the prosecutors believe the mayor okayed the payments to sulaimon brown. the same attorney, though, is not convinced the prosecutors have the proof at this point. that attorney says -- >> i think he's in some political trouble. someone described it a political mess. that remains to be seen. >> mayor vincent gray, denied any wrong doing. right now he'
FOX
Sep 3, 2012 10:00pm EDT
vincent gray has had political problems here n the district. how is he being received among democrats in charlotte? >> he's a bit late. wasn't there this morning at the morning -- he wasn't there this morning at the morning delegation meeting where chair party person wasserman schultz showed up. he didn't come till late afternoon and i was told he told somebody in contradiction to what he said last week is that he's not going to do much here. he doesn't want to do anything to drawn necessary attention or do anything to contribute to the obama defeat. obviously he's got his own problems and own concerns, but this is not the stan that he took last week that he was going to mobile -- stance that he took last week that he was going to mobilize. he seems to be many n a much more passive mode. >> is it your sense that is vincent gray's decision to keep arm's strength or the party's? >> i think it might be a mutual decision, that not they ever collaborated, but both sides probably don't think it's in the city's interest to push forward. many people are very displeased with vague va
CBS
Sep 4, 2012 6:00am EDT
just a few hours, a former top campaign aide to d.c. mayor vincent gray will be back in court. thomas gore pleaded guilty in may to organizing the under the table payments to former mayoral candidate suleman brown. it was all part of an alleged shadow campaign to get gray elected. gore was the first of three campaign aides to plead guilty in this. today's hearing is going to decide whether or not -- excuse me, decide when gore will be sentenced. >>> prince george's county and montgomery county residents could see a hefty increase in their water bills. the wssc needs to increase funding for some construction projects. right now the water company is more than $78 million over its projected construction budget. the money will be used to replace more than 5500 miles of the wssc's aging water system. >>> at 6:07, jessica doyle is here with a special your money report. >> this one is now. a look ahead to big releases coming up. >> it is a big fall for technology. so mark your calendars. you do not want to buy a new cell phone, tablet or e-reader without considering these dates. we'll start
FOX
Sep 28, 2012 5:00am EDT
investigating vincent gray's 2010 campaign. barry says the investigation is holding the city hostage. he also accused federal prosecutors of dragging out their investigations without getting indictments. three former gray aides have already pleaded guilty as a result of the probe into the mayor's campaign. >>> today d.c. mayor vincent gray will unveil plans for the new ballou senior high school. the current buildings will be torn down once the new $120 million school is finished. the first phase of building is scheduled to be completed in 2014 with the second and final phase of january 2015. the new school will serve 1,400 daytime students and up to 900 part time evening students. >>> the fbi investigating if a painting bought at a flea market was actually stolen at a virginia art house. a virginia woman bought the piece for $7 and wanted to sell it at auction tomorrow. it's actually a masterpiece created by french impressionist pierre august renoir and could be worth $100,000. turns out it may have also been stolen from the baltimore museum of art back in 1951. that auction is now c
FOX
Sep 12, 2012 6:00pm EDT
who dee feed fenty, vincent gray, remains under investigation by the u.s. attorney.rn >> clearly, there have been some miss steps. mistakes, some things that shouldn't have happened in the past. my hope is that those things remain in the past, and everything gets back to normal and the city continues toto improve. >> reporter: fenty made no f mention of engetting back into c politics, but said he'll continue to support the city hei loves. >> as a dc resident, i think the city in general is going forward and is a great place to live,li and i'll do everything i can at a citizen to make sure it keeps going that way. >> fenty says he is currently working at a law office in dupont circle. he ask also focused on efforts to improve education nationwide. brian, it seems like he's happy to be out of the public eye. campaign ads adding up. how much candidates are paying. >> the performance of the stock has been disappointing.dig. >> facebook found terry -- talkr the first time about the stockst >> some changes and tweaksch towards the end of the week anin weather. dave, what's coming up in
NBC
Sep 3, 2012 4:00am EDT
than the pipes can handle. that's what's caused the flooding. >> major vincent gray set up a  task force to figure out the flood problems in that neighborhood. >>> the heavy rain caused flooding. they closed the station to drain the water. metro says stations will not reopen until about 7:00 a.m. >>> it's always good to have an extra day added to that weekend, but not when it rains. >> no. >> we knew it was coming. >> we yes, we did. we said we wouldn't have a washout but we knew we were going to get the tropical rains from isaac. it came in. heavy during the overnight period. even saturday, weird cloud formations around the area. this is l
NBC
Sep 15, 2012 11:00pm EDT
the neighborhood. vincent gray called it one of america's number one destinations. >>> put a little hat on that little boy, and you can really see pat's face there. fun to see the old photo. >> i liked it. and i like those signs. i enjoy having those marker posts. >> it gives you an excuse to stop. >> have a drink of gatorade and move back on, and learn something as well about this beautiful city we live in. >>> outside today, no complaints. no complaints at all came into the weather department. tomorrow looks very good. but maybe not quite as nice as today was. because today was a 10 out of 10 no doubt about it, our skies are still mostly clear as of the 11:00 hour. and the wind which was pretty substantial through at least the first half of the day, the wind is now laid down and gone to bed for the night. with a clear sky and light breeze out there, and very dry air in place. be ready for a chilly start tomorrow morning. dewpoint temperatures are usually a way to estimate your low temperature by morning time. right in the city. the urban heat island will hold us above 49 degrees a
ABC
Sep 4, 2012 4:30am EDT
a.m. until 7:00 p.m.. >> the scandal surrounding vincent gray. thomas gore could find out when he will be sentenced. he pled guilty in may for trying to cover up payment. turning now business news. more older americans making up the u.s. workforce. >> also a preview of what wall street is closely watching this week. let's take a listen of linda bell of bloomberg. >> stock index futures now are indicating a higher open as you mentioned. wall street heading back to work today. today we are expecting reports in manufacturing as well as u.s. auto sales and of course the democratic convention officially kicks off so we'll see what president obama has to say as he lays out his plans for job creation. on top of that, we have the labor department that releases its key august jobs report. million s of workers have dropped out of the labor market. "the l.a. times" says nearly one in five americans aged 65 and older are still hard at work or looking for jobs. that is the highest in nearly half a century. older workers are putting off retirement partly due to the housing downturn and many ame
FOX
Sep 14, 2012 6:00pm EDT
financial boost. today mayor vincent gray has a $5,000 redevelopment plan for the neighborhood. the thriving community behind union station could see several parks, smaller dog parks, playgrounds, and walking trails. proposal is in its initial stages. >>> the tent goes up for the surface. the golden white tent was erected. the circus celebrating its 35th anniversary. the show making its annual stop. kids and kids at heart can see all the excitement through october 8. >>> is the iphone worth all the hype? the tech experts weigh in just ahead. >>> have you heard this yet? his viral hit landed him a record deal here in the u.s. he performed the song on the today show in new york this morning. the beat catching horse riding dance made it an international. [ male announcer ] this is america's manufacturing when president obama took office. this is china's. under obama, we've lost over half a million manufacturing jobs and for the first time, china's beating us. seven times obama could've stopped china's cheating. seven times he refused. it's time to stand up to the cheaters, and make sur
CBS
Sep 4, 2012 4:30am EDT
of rhode island avenue, even standed a driver who had to be rescued. mayor vincent gray has appointed a task force to study the flooding problem in bloomingdale. and the d.c. water department director george hawkins says a long-term solution involves a new deeper and bigger draining system which will not be finished for years. >>> president obama toured the flood damaged town of laplace, louisiana yesterday. he met with people whose homes were destroyed in the flooding brought on by hurricane isaac. the. properly niced -- the president promised the federal government would provide as much help as possible. some people say there the levees built to protect new orleans actually caused the flooding in their areas. >> we're going to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> the president also praised law officers who risked their lives during the storm to rescue families who fled to their roof toos to escape the rising -- to escape the rising water. >>> american flags lined route 2 in maryland yesterday to honor the return of a fallen navy sale. >> special warfare officer first mass
FOX
Sep 3, 2012 6:00pm EDT
relief to the problem. >> reporter: vincent gray has established a task force that will spend the rest of the year investigating the trouble, and the city's water and sewer authority has proposed a $2 million systemwide freeway reengineering plan that would not be completed for another 13 years. in the meantime council member mcduffy's office wants a relief fund established to pay for the cleanup and repairs. >> need far more than a relief re. going to to be too late. >> reporter: they're bracing for the possibility of more thunderstorms this week. bob barner tonight. >>> the gulf coast states are spending labor day cleaning up after hurricane isaac's voltairery evacuation orders remain in place today as swollen rivers and lakes threaten to burst. some of the dams, many people have made shelters their new homes. hundreds of thousands remain without power. the primary energy company said it could take several more days. >> right now -- they can get out to be able to get their food or fresh water or even to see anybody else. >> president obama made a stop in the region today, met wi
CBS
Sep 3, 2012 4:30am EDT
top campaign aide to d.c. mayor vincent gray is due in court tomorrow. thomas gore will attend a status conference regarding the criminal case against him. gore pleaded guilty to funneling under the table cash to mayoral candidate suleman brown and trying to cover up the payments. the judge could determine the sentencing date. 9news now sources say as part of a plea bargain, prosecutors will not ask for prison time for gore. >>> can private cameras crack down on crime in a popular northwest d.c. neighborhood? georgetown is a pretty busy destination, also home to the rich and famous, but it also attracts crime. >> residents to put up more private cameras but some wonder is this too much big brother? surae chinn tells us like it or not the private cameras are going up. >> reporter: the citizens association of georgetown will be testing it out. the group will be putting up roughly ten of their own cameras on homes and businesses to deter crime. according to metropolitan police stats, deaths and assaults are up from 2011 but the group has been calling on cameras for years. they say i
FOX
Sep 18, 2012 6:00pm EDT
residents have pressed city officials for a more immediate remedy. earlier today, d.c. mayor vincent gray said that may be on the horizon but he would not get into specifics. >> we're looking now at a solution that could be implemented in the shorter term. we're working on something and hopefullye'll have something to announce soon. >> reporter: meanwhile as they stock up on sandbags have their fingers cross that had this storm won't hover over bloomingdale too long. it is still raining here. people have their fingers crossed that it won't last much longer. >> we hope you'll stay with storm team 4 for our continuing coverage of the severe weather. we have crews across the region. we'll have an update in the next half-hour. >>> police in baltimore are looking for the person who killed a researcher at the national institutes of health. somebody shot 51-year-old dr. peter marvit at about 10:30 last night. it was just a few blocks from hi house. according to the baltimore "sun," he was home from practice with a chorus in which he sings at the time. investigators believe robbery might hav
ABC
Sep 13, 2012 12:00pm EDT
. vincent gray will officially launch it tomorrow. >> and the mount pleasant library is reopening after a renovation project third city officials and residents celebrated knopfthe reopening of the library. and still to come on abc 7 news at noon, she and her husband prince william meters in public remarks. >> more bad news for chris cooley. >> and we will tell you why police in prince george's county have even more traffic cameras in the the area. >> it is a beautiful day. 74 degrees. co i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. mitt romney's position on women's health...it's dangerous. vo:mitt romney and paul ryan would t rid of planned parenthood funding. and allow employers to deneny coverage for cancer screenings and birth control. we can't afford to let him take away our cho..es... to take away basic health care. vo: both backed proposals to outlaw abortions...even in cases of rape and incest. i don't think th women's health issues have faced a crisis like this in decades. [ romney ] this president can ask us to be patient.. thipresident can tell us itit was someonone els
NBC
Sep 14, 2012 4:30am EDT
launched in the district aims to create a better environment for transgender people. vincent gray unveiled five ads to be on display in the coming weeks. they include photos of transgender people who live in d.c. the mission here is to make sure transgender people have access to employment and housing and that incidents of discrimination are reported. >>> today neil armstrong, the first man on the moon, will be buried at sea. there was an emotional good-bye to armstrong at the national cathedral yesterday. more than 2,000 people packed the cathedral. former crew members buzz aldrin and michael collins attended the ceremony as well. the stained glass window is embedded with a moon rock that neil armstrong back. >>> officials in cuba said there is no offer on the table to bring a maryland contractor jailed back home. a diplomat said the country was willing to negotiate for the release of allen gross. the state department said it has not had any cooperation on a deal. they also believe cuba wants to trade for cuban agents jailed in the u.s. gross is serving a 15-year sentence for illegally br
NBC
Sep 3, 2012 4:30am EDT
of d.c. mayor vincent gray's former aides will find out tomorrow whether he will go to prison. ford pleaded guilty earlier this year. he faces 12 to 18 months in prison. gore is one of three campaign workers who have pledded guilty in part of investigation into gray's 2010 campaign. the mayor hasn't been accused of breaking the law at this point. >>> for many labor day is not just a time to enjoy the last days of summer. it's also a time to remember those who bravely fought for our country during world war ii. a special sir moan any was held yesterday at the world war ii memorial on the national mall. it was held to commemorate the 67th anniversary of v-jay day. they defeated japan in 1945. a performance from the u.s. reens corps quinn tet. >>> one month ago in the regular season the nationals already have more wins than they had in all of last season. they won again yesterday, beating the cardinals, 4-3. it was the nats '81st victory of the year. they also hold a 6 1/2-game first place lead over the atlanta braves. steven strasburg pitched brilliantly yesterday. he struck out nine
NBC
Sep 11, 2012 4:30am EDT
vincent gray has been so helpful in their corruption investigation that they won't ask for jail time. prosecutors said in court documents that howard brooks has provided substantial assistance and that probation and community service would be a suitable sentence. brooks pled guilty in may to lying to the fbi about making payments to fringe candidate soliman brown. he is one of three former aides to plead guilty to corruption. >>> the democratic national convention appears to have given president obama a boost, but the race for president remains tight. he leads mitt romney by six points among all voters according to the latest "washington post/abc news poll. however, the president leads his republican rival by just a single point among likely voters. the convention also did little to change how voters think of obama's presidency. just 48% of them approve of his performance. 50% disapprove. >>> just to give you a sense of how hotly contested this election is, the campaigns and outside groups have already spent more than $500 million in radio ads since march. most of the money is flowin
NBC
Sep 21, 2012 7:00pm EDT
injuries. >>> the john a. wilson building is getting a small dose of attitude. mayor vincent gray announced that nationals playoff birth will be celebrated by lighting the building red. that starts tonight. it will go straight through the team's playoff run. last night the national st became the first team in the major league baseball to clinch a playoff first. >>> coming up, erica is going to tell you how much longer it's going to look like this outdoors. >>> and, what is the statement behind this controversial chair? we'll have more on that when we come back. >>> we have all seen clint eastwood's empty chair act by now. but another empty chair act down in texas has a few people screaming racism. a man in austin, texas, taped an american flag to a metal chair and hung it from a branch of a tree with a rope. and some neighbors say it resembles lynching and they find it offensive. johnson says you got me all wrong. >> what made you decide to take it down, if you don't mind me asking. >> it had nothing to do with racism. nothing. >> when you put up a chair in your lawn with a rope around it,
ABC
Sep 13, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. new at 11:00, d.c. mayor vincent gray launches a new program aimed at raising awareness involving issues of transgendered people. they wanted to ensure access to employment housing, and other public services. this comes after several attacks against transgendered people in d.c. this year. an admission by a local utilities company over outages during the summer cost derecho. investigators from pepcotestified that on less costly distribution changes were made they would not be able to restore power to customers in 24 hours. they came under fire after thousands of customers were left in the dark in at 100 degree heat for over a week. coming up, two nights she is responding to the incident that placed her behind bars. >> not one but two big political rallies. virginia is a big swing state. we will tell you which presidential candidate -- candidate needs to win it the most. >> all >> the battle for virginia took center stage. jobs, the economy, and the future of the nation were front and center as michelle obama and mitt romney tried to reach out to undecided voters. a rally at the uni
CBS
Sep 2, 2012 11:00pm EDT
years old. >>> a former top campaign aid to vincent gray is due in court tuesday. thomas gore will attend a status conference regarding the criminal case against him. you might recall that gore pleaded guilty to funneling under the table cash to then mayoral candidate brown in trying to cover up the retaliates. the judge on tuesday -- cover up the payments. the judge on tuesday could determine a sentencing date. as part of that plea bargain agreement, prosecutors will not ask for prison time for thomas gore. >>> more violence in syria left four army officers wounded. also today a british human rights group says more than 5,000 people were killed in syria last month alone. that makes august the deadliest month since the up rising began some 17 months ago. >>> earlier today hundreds of people rallied across from the white house calling attention to the situation in syria. the rally dubbed world silence is killing syria was sponsored by the sir ri anamerican -- syrian american council. they're calling on americans to take action to help the syrian people. >>> can private cameras help
CBS
Sep 3, 2012 7:00pm EDT
unit has their own site specific plan. >> mayor vincent gray a mounted a task force to study -- appointed a task force to study the flooding problem in bloomingdale. george hawkins says the long term solution involves a deeper and bigger draining system, but that won't be in place for years. >> flooding is a possibility tonight. topper issued a yellow alert for the chance of more storms. >> i think we're looking at the possibility of a few more storms. your cookout sha be safe the next couple hours and -- should be safe the next couple hours and the storms went north and east of us. we do have some heavy thunderstorms in w of with. those should pass -- west virginia. those should pass into garrett county and the other storms that were in the delmarva earlier have gone up into new jersey. in the immediate future the next few hours we are fine, nothing in the immediate metro area between warrenton, down towards fredericksburg, la plata, toward dunkirk and up toward frederick. temps aren't bad, but boy, the humidity is, 82 downtown, 79 gaithersburg, 79 manassas but it feels like
NBC
Sep 28, 2012 7:00pm EDT
giving faulty readings. mayor vincent gray said a grant from the national highway traffic safety administration helped to buy the new machines and software and fix the issue. >>> our andrea mccarren was honored today for her work documenting underaged drinking. mothers against drunk driving awarded venezuelan and our photographer dave satchell the 2012 immediate -- awarded andrea and our photographer dave satchell the 2012 media award. the coverage covered a liquor store owner who was selling liquor to minors. >>> the map function on the iphone 5 hammered by users, so glitchy that today apple ceo tim cook apologized for it and took the unprecedented move of actually telling iphone users use google maps instead. users have complained some of the information on the apple maps is off target or incomplete. cook promised apple's working nonstop to fix the problem, then suggested using other options until it's all done. >>> it's been pretty cloudy dale and now we're just hoping to -- day and now we're just hoping to stay dry on a friday night. what are our chances, top? >> north of tow
FOX
Sep 13, 2012 4:25am EDT
you. >>> it has been almost two years since mayor vincent gray defeated former d.c. mayor adrian fenty and since then, the d.c. government has been plagued with scandal and mayor fenty has laid low. that is until now. >> matt ackland caught up with the former mayor getting some of his thoughts on the current administration. >> reporter: mayor fenty says he is happeny to be a private citizen and seemed to shy away from calls for him to return to the possible spotlight. >> people miss seeing you. anything new going on? >> i may have to argue with that. i don't know whether people miss seeing me or not but i love d.c., born and raised here. >> reporter: the former mayor was careful with his words when we asked about the headlines of scandal that have come from city government since he left the district's highest office. >> any time there is any type of investigation, citizens' ears are going to perk up. i'll pay attention. >> reporter: since fenty left office, two councilmembers have been forced from their jobs after admitting to felonies actually shadow campaign that was put together to
NBC
Sep 4, 2012 4:30am EDT
to mayor vincent gray pled guilty to corruption charges is back in court, trying to cover up p payment. that candidate is believed to be brown who said he was paid to attack then mayor. he is one of three campaign aides to plead gill toy to corruption charges. he could receive 12 to 18 months in prison. >>> the coast guard is search for a missing boater in married. two people fell from a sailboat in the chesapeake bay, 12 miles north of annapolis. the crew was able to rescue the woman but they lost sight of the man. coast guard says he's 27 years old and a member of the boat crew. >>> a prince george's family recovering from carbon monoxide poisoning. when everyone in the house woke up yesterday with headaches and naus is a the parns realized those are symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning and they called 911. two adults and three children were taken to baltimore for possible treatment in a hyper barrick chamber. they are expected to be okay. >>> the scramble to save hundreds of homes this morning as the recovery from isaac continues along the gulf coast. >>> plus, hollywood is
FOX
Sep 3, 2012 11:00pm EDT
around in the water. >> residents are clearly frustrated. d.c. mayor vincent gray has appointed a task force to figure out what's going on down there. >> a different storm being blamed for high gas prices over the labor day weekend hurricane isaac. the nationwide average jumped eight cent a gallon. in d.c. drivers are paying 3.98, maryland 3.77, virginia 3.69. fox's josh cassio talked to frustrated drivers. >> seems like it's always going up. >> reporter: aaa says drives this drain will face the most expensive -- drivers this labor day will face the most expensive prices we've ever seen this year. hurricane isaac forced some gulf coast refineries to shut down. nationally gas prices are above 3.80, nearly 20 cents more than last year at this time. >> i'm putting gas in every other day i think. >> reporter: officials expect prices to drop later in month as the refineries come back online and the peak driving season wilds down. >> very frustrating because i -- winds down. >> very frustrating because i only get about 20 miles a gallon. i think you try to watch what you do. you space out. i
FOX
Sep 26, 2012 6:00pm EDT
the property. and the city through the current mayor vincent gray has fought off six lawsuits over ownership, with only one more minor one remaining. >> if there were folks who gave up, it's perfectly understandable. >> skyland is a reality. we are really on the move in ward 7. >> you'll be happy to know i will not be working on this construction project. >> reporter: mayor grade said the city will monitor construction to see that it stays on schedule. >> this is the actualization, bringing to fruition promises that we made. >> reporter: in southeast washington, along alabama avenue, tom sherwood, news4. >>> along with the retail stores, the project is also supposed to include 500 new homes. >>> we had a lovely warm, kind of a summery day there today. but we've got some changes in store for us. let's check in with doug. >> temperatures looking at 83 degrees. plenty of sunshine a little earlier. winds out of the southwest at 13 miles an hour. definitely felt more like summer than just a couple of days ago when it was feeling like fall. 82 in culpepper. 77 in martinsburg. in through
ABC
Sep 19, 2012 6:00pm EDT
there is no question he cares about the poor and middle class. >> with support from mayor vincent gray, ralph nader is calling up president obama and governor romney to debate d.c. issues. he says both campaigns need to answer tough questions about voting rights. >> the difference between romney and obama [inaudible] >> home to 617,000 residents, the district gives three votes. he expects the green party and libertarian candidates will be there. >> the cartoons in "the magazine to make light of muslim extremists and their response to that anti-islamic film. the offices were firebombed last year after publishing a character -- caricature of mama despite the potential for violence. the publisher and cartoonist believe in what they're doing. >> it took a big deal. >> we do provocation. it has been 20 years and is being noticed when we talk about islam or part of islam which raises problems. >> it will close the embassies and schools in 20 countries on friday. security has been boosted in some locations. >> of the steps one county is taking to prevent more people from getting the viru
CBS
Sep 4, 2012 12:00pm EDT
. >> d.c. mayor vincent gray has appointed a task force to come up with a plan in order to fix the problem. until then, authorities suggest that residents keep plenty of sandbags nearby. that's unfortunate. >> until they get a long-term solution, that's unfortunately likely to happen again. >> i know. >> we've been lucky. we've been lucky so far today. we've only had a couple of showers overnight. during the morning hours it's been quiet. radar still relatively quiet. a lot of moisture around. muggy and sticky and gross outside. the humidity way up. we will see a couple of showers and storms but not as much as i was thinking earlier this morning. i think tomorrow will be a more active day but still we have the yellow alert up in case something pops and it could impact your plans. here's the day planner. already in the low 80s. wear headed for the mid and upper 80s before the day is out. with enough sunshine, if is some poke to the 90-degree mark, that wouldn't be surprise me. winds out of the south at 10 miles an hour. 7:00 temp is 84. 9:00 81. if you're going out this evening, it'
CBS
Sep 3, 2012 5:00am EDT
aide to d.c. mayor vincent gray is due in court tomorrow. thomas gore will attend something called a status conference hearing regarding his criminal case. gore pleaded guilty to funneling some under the table cash to mayoral candidate suleman brown and then trying to cover up some of those payments. tomorrow a judge could set a sentencing date. sources tell 9 news now prosecutors will not be asking for prison time for gore. that's part of his plea bargain deal. >>> some georgetown respect accidents say enough is enough. -- residents say enough is enough. they're taking crime fighting into their own hands now. the citizens association of georgetown is adding private surveillance cameras in some of the neighborhoods. the group hopes to make it harder for crooks to break into cars and rip off cell phones which has been happening. private citizens have more legal leeway than police when it comes to using these cameras, according to local law. but some are voicing their concerns when it comes to privacy. 5:34 now. >>> both major northern virginia school districts start their school year
FOX
Sep 4, 2012 10:00pm EDT
balls at a ballgame. got to be pretty lucky. thanks. >>> coming up why d.c. mayor vincent gray's campaign investigation could affect his trip to the dnc. >> plus anger and frustration as the clean-up from hurricane isaac continues, why some say their safety was sacrificed for the protection of new orleans. okay, here's the plan. you have a plan? first we're gonna check our bags for free, thanks to our explorer card. then, the united club. my mother was so wrong about you. next, we get priority boarding on our flight i booked with miles. all because of the card. and me. okay, what's the plan? plan? mm-hmm. we're on vacation. this is no plan. really? [ male announcer ] the united mileageplus explorer card. the mileage card with special perks on united. get it and you're in. >>> this is fox 5 news at 10:00. >>> new details about the wrath of isaac. emergency officials in louisiana released the first damage estimates showing isaac damaged at least 13,000 homes in the state mostly from flooding. one week later thousands still under water in the dark. fox's casey steigel has the latest from lou
FOX
Sep 4, 2012 5:00pm EDT
on the news edge, that was a statement made by prosecutors investigating mayor vincent gray's 2010 campaign. the latest in the probe and buying organic may not be that much better for you. a new study suggests the foods are hardly more nutritious and some of the nation's already withered crops are destroyed after hurricane isaac. those stories and much more on the news edge. i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. mitt romney's position on women's health...it's dangerous. vo:mitt romney and paul ryan would get rid of planned parenthood funding. and allow employers to deny coverage for cancer screenings and birth control. we can't afford to let him take away our choices... to take away basic health care. vo: both backed proposals to outlaw abortions...even in cases of rape and incest. i don't think that women's health issues have faced a crisis like this in decades. . >>> it's been a record-breaking summer for bwi thurwood marshal airport. today, mayor o'malley announced more than 2.2 million passengers flew through the airport in july. the busiest month ever on record. and th
NBC
Sep 13, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. mayor vincent gray unveiled five advertisements that will be on display in the coming weeks, including photos of transgender people who live in the district. the message, to make sure transgender have equal access to employment and housing and incidents of discrimination are reported to authorities. >>> up next tonight -- it fell from the sky. now the search is on for the missing drone in d.c. and there's a reward for the person who finds it. >>> thieves are conning renters out of thousands of dollars and you could be targeted even if you're not in the market for a new place. >>> punished by police. why a mother was slapped with a tick >>> a local business owner lost his small remote-control drone over the weekend. now he's offering a $200 reward for those who trn it in. adam was using it last sunday when a gust of wind blew it out of remote control range. he's posted flyers trying to get it back. he thinks it crashed near 17th and florida in northwest. >>> a mother in philadelphia is ready for a court fight after she was ticketed for letting her son pee in public. caroline
FOX
Sep 4, 2012 5:00am EDT
and libertarian justin malkin. >>> a former campaign aide to mayor vincent gray is due back in court today for a status hearing in his criminal case. thomas gore pled guilty to corruption charges. today's court appearance could set a sentencing date for gore who faces 12 for 18 months in prison. mayor gray has not been accused of any wrongdoing. >>> thousands of students in northern virginia are heading back to school today. in arlington count you, the first day of school means the first day of a new transportation policy. melanie alnwick has the details. >> reporter: good morning. yes, they are going to be enforcing rules that have been on the books for quite some time. what that means is that fewer students here in arlington county will be able to ride school buses to their schools this morning. while the notice that was sent to parents basically encourages them to help students who aren't going to be able to ride the bus to figure out the best walking routes or the best biking routes, a lot of parents say this is really going to mean more cars on the road this morning with parents
NBC
Sep 14, 2012 5:00am EDT
transgender people. mayor vincent gray revealed a campaign coming in the coming weeks. the plan to make sure transgender people have equal access to employment and housing and that incidents of discrimination are reported. >>> the power is back on this morning in germantown after a blown fuse caught fire. take a look. this video shot by a viewer shows it in flames. that fire knocked out power to more than 100 customers, including a giant food store. police had to detour traffic in that area for some time. firefighters were able to get the flames under control, and the power was restored about 10:00 last night. >>> taking metro could be a little safer this morning thanks to a new monitoring system. the transit agency says the newly installed system can protect and warn about the type of problem that led to the deadly 2009 crash on the red line. before this system, metro reviewed data two times a day. now they can review trains in realtime. this may help the transit agency return to automated mode. >>> prince george's county police say they have no choice but to install cameras to wa
CBS
Sep 3, 2012 6:00am EDT
to flooding. mayor vincent gray set up a task force to try to tackle this problem. so far they haven't done much about it. in the meantime what businesses and residents are having to resort to are putting up these kinds of sandbags for just your average small summer storm. mike, andrea? thank you, kristin. >>> this week it's the democrats' turn to party. their national convention is coming up. it starts in car lot this week. >> even before the gavel drops, to kick off the week long event, republicans have a question they want answered. susan mcginnis has the story from charlotte. >> reporter: president obama continues his march to charlotte with a campaign stop in ohio today. but a member of the republican ticket will reach north carolina first. vice presidential candidate paul ryan campaigns in greenville today and will come armed with one question. are you better off today than you were four years ago? >> the. needs to explain why he didn't do what he said he was going to do. >> reporter: democrats say let's not forget just how bad things were four years ago. >> in the quarte
FOX
Sep 12, 2012 10:00pm EDT
defeated by current mayor vincent gray almost two years ago. since leaving office d.c. city hall has been plagued with scandals. so what does fenty think about all that? fox 5's matt ackland caught up with him today. >> reporter: mayor fenty says he's happy to be a private citizen and seemed to shy away from calls for him to return to the public spotlight. is there anything new going on? >> i don't know whether people miss seeing me or not, but i love d.c., born and raised here. it's a fantastic place to live. >> reporter: the former mayor was careful with his words when we asked about the headlines of scandal that have come from city government. >> any time there's 9 of investigation, citizens' ears perk up -- any investigation citizen as he ears perk up. >> reporter: two council members have been forced to leave their jobs after admitting to felonies. a shadow campaign was uncovered by federal officials and the man who defeated fenty remains under investigates by the u.s. attorney. >> clearly there have been some missteps and mistakes and some things that shouldn't have happened in
FOX
Sep 26, 2012 5:00pm EDT
anthony williams in the early 2000s used imminent domain to acquire the property and vincent gray has fought off six lawsuits over ownership. with only one more minor one remaining. >> if there were folks who wanted to give up or did give up, it's perfectly understandable. >> sky land is a reality. and we are really on the move in ward 7. >> you'll be happy to know i will not be working on this construction project. >> reporter: mayor gray said the city will monitor construction to see that it stays on schedule. >> this is the actualization. this is bringing to fruition the promises that we made. >> reporter: in southeast washington, along alabama avenue, tom sherwood, news4. >> the 18-acre site is at the major intersection of alabama avenue, good hope road and nailer road. it includes nearly 500 new homes. that's quite a transformation. >> it was a beautiful day to tear down a building, wasn't it? >> we were talking how great that would be. >> we want to work on that crane. if you donate enough money, you could tear down a wall or something, have a contest. >> now we're talking. get
CBS
Sep 5, 2012 6:00am EDT
malkin. >>> in the district federal investigators say their probe into mayor vincent gray's 2010 campaign is ongoing. they want to know who's behind the alleged shadow campaign to get gray elected. tuesday a judge failed to set a sentencing date for thomas gore. gore was the assistant treasurer of the 2010 campaign, and he's one of three people who pleaded guilty. attorney scott bold din is watching the case and believes more charges are sure to follow. >> i wouldn't get lulled away with the lack of activity. if anything, quite frankly, that may mean a storm is brewing. >> reporter: in your mind is there any doubt that the prosecution is still looking at the mayor? >> i think so. until we hear otherwise. >> mayor gray is at the democratic convention in charlotte. he's leading the d.c. delegation in its call for voting rights and statehood. >>> the washington national cathedral will host a memorial service for neil armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon dived last month. the memorial service will be held thursday, september 13. it will start at 10:00 a.m. and a limited numbe
FOX
Sep 19, 2012 5:00pm EDT
the play-off games. tickets go on sale this week. mayor vincent gray said the city is working on a solution, but won't yet commit city funds. >> we're working to try to find the most responsible solution. obviously with sensitivity to the people who will go to the games. i know we'll get to a constructive solution. i wish we could spend some time talking about the fact that this will be the first time since 1810 that the washington baseball team has been in any kind of a play-offs. >> reporter: jack evans, a big booster of the stadium, has personally guaranteed fans won't be stuck. but he offers no details yet. >> when i get the final decision made by all the parties, i'll have more information. right now i can't really comment on that, other than it will happen. >> reporter: sources tell news4 that the funds guarantee could come from a half a million dollar account. >> i'm guaranteeing that the metro will be open so that everyone who attends a play-off game can get home. >> evans says it would be a public relations nightmare for the city and baseball if fans get stuck again. jim?
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